Donald C. Wright is the firm's principal attorney, focusing his practice in the areas of criminal defense, DUI, traffic defense, personal injury, estates and trusts, real estate, and complex commercial and civil litigation.
An experienced and aggressive advocate in state and federal court, Mr. Wright has represented clients in a number of high profile criminal trials, and has won large jury verdicts and settlements for clients in complex civil litigation.
Mr. Wright has appeared as an expert legal analyst on WBFF Fox 45 News Central, where he has offered analysis and commentary on a wide range of issues from the Scott Peterson murder trial to litigation issues surrounding Hurricane Isabel. A frequent lecturer and panelist for continuing legal education, Mr. Wright is a member of the Lorman Education faculty.
After graduating from Syracuse University in 1997 with dual degrees in philosophy and government, Mr. Wright earned his Juris Doctor degree in 2002 from the University of Maryland School of Law. As a Zolar scholar, Mr. Wright was awarded a Concentration in Health Law from the school's Law and Health Care program, which is annually rated within the top five health law programs in the nation by U.S. News and World Report.
When not fighting in the courtroom, Mr. Wright is a senior boxing columnist for www.boxingtalk.com.